Paul starts Show 115 with the Valentine Brothers, Leisa Dove and Ingram

24 01 2012

Valentine Brothers ~ Money’s Too Tight To Mention ~ Bridge Records ~ 1982
Originaly from Columbus, Ohio, John and William (Billy) Valentine – they wrote it, co produced it with Stanley Bethel and Bobby Lyle it reached 41 on the Hot 100 and 73 over here.
Covered in 1985 by Simply Red and released as their first single making 13 in the UK, 28 Hot100 and 2 US Dance

Leisa Dove ~ I Wish I Were Older ~ ScorpGemi Records ~ 1985
written, and produced by Lonnie Johnson who also arranged it with Patrick Adams
(Royalle Delite ~ I’ll Be A Freak For You)

Ingram ~ With You ~ Other End Records ~ 1984
From their 1984 album Night Stalkers. Their only UK hit was “Smoothin’ Groovin” which made number 56 in summer of ’83. The Ingrams were very much a family group consisting of Barbara Ingram, Billy Ingram, Butch Ingram, Edith Ingram, Francis Ingram, Jimmy Ingram, Johnny Ingram, Timmy Ingram, and Virginia Ingram.

The podcast is HERE

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